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Suspect Arrested in Shooting of Southern California Officer

January 10, 2008
More than 200 law enforcement officers went house to house yesterday in the south Los Angeles County city of Gardena, searching for three men involved in the shooting of a local patrol officer. A suspect was apprehended hiding in a backyard hot tub.

N.C. Pizza Deliverer Shoots, Kills Robber

January 10, 2008
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police report that a local Domino's pizza driver shot and killed an armed robber earlier this week.

Canadian Woman Wins Legal Battle Against Her Drug Dealer

January 10, 2008
A Saskatchewan woman who says she almost died from an overdose of crystal methamphetamine has won a legal victory in a lawsuit against the man she says sold her the drug.

Radar Wins Speed Test Against GPS

January 2, 2008
A Sonoma County, Calif., judge has ruled a speeding case supported by an officer's radar cannot be thrown out. The speeder's GPS system allegedly recorded a speed contradictory to the radar reading, but the judge ruled radar more reliable.

Meggitt Training Systems Awarded Six Patents for BlueFire Weapons

January 2, 2008
Meggitt Training Systems has acquired six patents for its BlueFire wireless weapons, giving the company exclusive rights to its state-of-the-art technology.

New Jersey Abolishes Death Penalty

December 19, 2007
Gov. Jon Corzine signed a bill this week to end capital punishment in New Jersey, making it the first state to repeal its capital punishment law since the U.S. Supreme Court allowed its reinstatement in 1976 after a four-year federal ban on the practice.

GT Distributors Launches New Holiday Catalog

December 17, 2007
Public safety equipment supplier GT Distributors has an all-new 2007 GT Distributors Holiday Catalog. The special holiday edition showcases hundreds of public safety products and offers seasonal pricing.

Meggitt Defense Systems fats/Caswell Becomes Meggitt Training Systems

December 5, 2007
Meggitt Defense Systems, provider of virtual and live fire weapons training technology, has changed its name to Meggitt Training Systems, announced company president Rich Haddad. Based in Suwanee, Ga., Meggitt Training Systems comprises a significant portion of Meggitt PLC, a multi-billion dollar international aerospace, defense, and electronics group.

Texas Police Chief Dies of Surgery Complications

November 29, 2007
The chief of the Mansfield (Texas) Police Department died Wednesday of complications from surgery. Chief Steven Noonkester, 60, was operated on two weeks ago for an aortic aneurism, city officials said.

Suburban Atlanta Town to Employ Spillman Public Safety Software Solutions

November 26, 2007
The Hapeville, Ga., police and fire departments are preparing to install a new public safety software system from Spillman Technologies, a leading public safety software provider headquartered in Salt Lake City.
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